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For those who are late to the party, terrazzo is the flecked floor and wall treatment that’s taking the interior design world by storm. It’s a composite material that’s poured into place for a seamless finish, or precast for ease of use. The flecks you’ll see suspended inside it are actually chips of marble, quartz, granite or glass. It’s a process that dates way back but features most widely in Art Deco, and you might have noticed its use in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. If it’s good enough for Hollywood, then it’s good enough for us, so we’ve gathered together four examples of how best to use terrazzo in interior design to set you on your speckled way.
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